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Kathy Lien is Director of Currency Research at GFT, and runs

Kathy has a Bachelors degree in Finance from New York University. Kathy has written for Stocks and Commodities, CBS Market Watch, ActiveTrader, Futures and SFO Magazine. She is frequently quoted on Bloomberg and Reuters and has taught seminars across the country. She has also hosted trader chats on EliteTrader, eSignal, and FXStreet, sharing her expertise in both technical and fundamental analysis.

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» EURJPY CNBC Trade Call
By Kathy Lien | Published 07/9/2012 | Currency | Unrated

Kathy Lien details her EUR/JPY trade that she gave on CNBC.

» Does Sell In May, Go Away Apply To Euro?
By Kathy Lien | Published 05/1/2012 | Currency | Unrated

There is a very old saying in the stock market that goes "Sell in May, and Go Away." This pertains to the notion that investors should cash in on their investments this month and take the summer off because June, July, August and September have traditionally been some of the worst months in the equity market.

» What EZ Bond Yields Imply About S&P Downgrades
By Kathy Lien | Published 01/19/2012 | Currency | Unrated

Since Standard & Poor's cut the ratings of nine Eurozone countries, the euro has done nothing but rally.

» Five Federal Reserve Options
By Kathy Lien | Published 08/23/2011 | Currency , Futures , Options , Stocks | Unrated

From the most flimsy to the most aggressive, Kathy Lien gives us five options of the Federal Reserve.

» ECB To Leave Rates Unchanged for Rest Of The Year?
By Kathy Lien | Published 07/14/2011 | Currency | Unrated

Even though ECB President Trichet was quite clear last week in signaling that rate hikes are not over, based upon interest rate futures, investors are actually pricing in no rate hikes.

» PIIGS: Italy Sovereign Debt Outstanding
By Kathy Lien | Published 07/11/2011 | Currency | Unrated

Contagion fears have rattled the markets today with everyone worried about the crisis spreading to Italy.

» 6 Hurdles To Overcome Greek Debt Crisis
By Kathy Lien | Published 06/30/2011 | Currency | Unrated

Why has the rally in the EUR been so lackluster? Because there are a still more hurdles to overcome before we can put the Greek debt crisis behind us.

» Timing Of Greek Vote
By Kathy Lien | Published 06/28/2011 | Currency | Unrated

What does it mean for euro traders?

» EUR/USD: Past Reaction To Strong Vigilance Words
By Kathy Lien | Published 06/8/2011 | Currency | Unrated

The big focus tomorrow is on ECB President Trichet's press conference. The European Central Bank is not expected to raise interest rates, but Trichet is expected to pave the for a rate hike in July.

» What Now For The Aussie Dollar?
By Kathy Lien | Published 06/7/2011 | Currency | Unrated

The Reserve Bank of Australia left interest rates unchanged at 4.75 percent. Many investors were looking for hawkish comments from the central bank but as suspected, the RBA failed to deliver.

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